Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair for PS Vita
PS Vita

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

Sep 2, 2014
8.69
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About this game

Developer: Spike Chunsoft
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, the sequel to the highly popular mystery adventure game Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, will be making its way to the PlayStation Vita in North America and Europe this fall in both retail and digital form. As in the first game, players will take on the role of a high school student as they are thrust into a life-or-death situation, and must use their wits and teamwork to survive. Each student was chosen for a special ability they possess, making them the "ultimate" example of something. Characters in this title are also designed by Rui Komatsuzaki for a unique and darker take on the anime style.

Critic Reviews

37 Reviews
8.18
Chandler WoodSep 02, 2014
Danganronpa 2 is a masterful piece of dark mystery storytelling, with a focus on exploring morally ambiguous facets of the psyche. Each trial will drive you to the realization that despair and hope are not divergent paths, but rather a single path that shares this duality. Who can you trust? Who is capable of committing murder? What does it all mean? If you own a Vita, you owe it to yourself to play both Danganronpa titles.
Iain GarnerSep 11, 2014
Does the sequel beat the original? That’s what everyone wants to know, and the honest answer is no. It was always going to be tough for Danganronpa 2 to live up the original, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t one of the best games I’ve played this year. Danganronpa 2 is smart, sassy, irreverent, and insanely clever—and should be enjoyed by all. This is no phoned-in sequel cashing in on prior success, this is one hell of a game and you should totally give it a chance to blow you away.
Kimberley WallaceAug 29, 2014
If you enjoyed the first entry, you absolutely owe it to yourself to play Goodbye Despair. If you weren't enamored with it, you won't find anything here to change your mind. Nonetheless, you still won't find a series out there that messes with your head like Danganronpa. It sticks with you long after you've watched the credits roll.

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